Exercise 6 - Using Group Policy Preferences

Exercise 6 - Using Group Policy Preferences - . . upmodems,...

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You are the network administrator for TreyResearch.net and are designing a Remote Access policy  to support connection for different groups of users. Network administrators will have access to dial- up modems, and the HR department has special requirements to ensure additional security. Q1. How do you need to configure the dial-up access? Will you need to have a separate NPS  server? You can use the Configure VPN Or Dial-up Wizard to create both VPN and dial-up  connection request policies. The dial-up connection request policy works with a separate dial-up  network policy to limit users to only members of the Domain Admins security group. It doesn’t  require a separate NPS server. Q2. How can you configure extra security for HR without requiring it for everyone?  Configure a network policy for HR that uses their membership in the HR Users security 
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